In Our Own Voice, Part II: Acting

Sponsored by the Theater Department


Mar26
12:15 pm - 1:10 pm
2021-03-26 12:15:00 2021-03-26 13:10:00 In Our Own Voice, Part II: Acting

In Our Own Voice, Part II: Acting - Friday, March 26, 12:15pm-1:10pm
The actor's journey, and performance as a tool for cultural change.
Featuring Sabina Zúñiga Varela and Larry Powell

In Our Own Voice, Part III: Arts Leadership - Friday, April 16, 2:45pm-3:40pm
The artist's journey, and leadership as a tool for social justice.
Featuring Snehal Desai and Tyrone Davis

Previous events:
In Our Own Voice, Part I: Playwriting - Wednesday, March 3, 2:45pm-3:40pm
The playwright's journey, and writing as a tool for creating community.
Featuring Luis Alfaro and Kristina Wong

In Our Own Voice is a conversation series about storytelling, collaboration, and making connections with colleagues and mentors. By centering guest speakers with a strong history of advocacy, community building, and anti-racist leadership, these discussions aim to empower students to advocate for themselves, for their work, and for others. The In Our Own Voice series will support students in identifying tools that they (regardless of major or career goals) can use during their education and to prepare for their career journey ahead.

In Our Own Voice speaker series is made possible by support from the Edgerton Foundation Program in Theater.

America/Los_Angeles public
Event Date: Friday, March 26, 2021

In Our Own Voice, Part II: Acting - Friday, March 26, 12:15pm-1:10pm
The actor's journey, and performance as a tool for cultural change.
Featuring Sabina Zúñiga Varela and Larry Powell

In Our Own Voice, Part III: Arts Leadership - Friday, April 16, 2:45pm-3:40pm
The artist's journey, and leadership as a tool for social justice.
Featuring Snehal Desai and Tyrone Davis

Previous events:
In Our Own Voice, Part I: Playwriting - Wednesday, March 3, 2:45pm-3:40pm
The playwright's journey, and writing as a tool for creating community.
Featuring Luis Alfaro and Kristina Wong

In Our Own Voice is a conversation series about storytelling, collaboration, and making connections with colleagues and mentors. By centering guest speakers with a strong history of advocacy, community building, and anti-racist leadership, these discussions aim to empower students to advocate for themselves, for their work, and for others. The In Our Own Voice series will support students in identifying tools that they (regardless of major or career goals) can use during their education and to prepare for their career journey ahead.

In Our Own Voice speaker series is made possible by support from the Edgerton Foundation Program in Theater.

Tags: Arts
In Our Own Voice Event Graphic, Part II: Acting with Sabina Zúñiga Varela and Larry Powell